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10 Amazing New Cars Coming in 2019. Best New Cars You Must To See

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10 New Hatchback Cars Worth Buying in 2019 (Prices and Specs Reviewed)

Though you probably do not see many commercials featuring hatchbacks, which were phased out by crossovers, these cars are still among the best sellers around the globe. There is really no question why, since they offer affordable performance, additional boot space and compact size to fit in the smallest parking spot on the busy city streets. Today we would like to review the upcoming hatchbacks of the 2019 model year that could be characterized with more aggressive designs, unmatched fuel efficiency, as well as the latest safety and driver assistance features. Also watch: Top 10 All-New Sports Cars Coming to Replace Ford Focus RS Hatchback: Cars featured in this video: Mercedes Benz A-Class: The recently redesigned Mercedes Benz A-Class is indeed all-new, with remodeled body, updated mechanical side and the latest technology available on the market. Ford Focus: The fourth generation of Focus has grown in size, however it is now around 194 lbs lighter, due to the all-new platform. It comes in 4 trims: Standard, off-road ready Active, luxury Vignale and the sporty ST line. Toyota Corolla Hatchback: 2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback is the first model in the 12th generation of the legendary vehicle. It has a new engine, two transmission options, and a redesigned look and rides on a new platform. Hyundai Veloster: The previous generation of Veloster was a weird looking affordable hatchback, and even though practical with sporty looks, never was considered hot. But it seems that the 2019 model is here to flip the perception upside down. Suzuki Swift Sport: The third generation of Swift Sport is lighter, faster and more dynamic than its predecessors. The exterior design is more aggressive and the vital specifications suggest that it has got a claim to rival Ford Fiesta ST, VW UP! GTI and the likes. Ford Fiesta Vignale: Though, the latest Fiesta design update looks more like a dose of Botox, to make it look younger and fresher, it might be just enough for model’s fans. Honda Fit: 2019 Honda Fit is an affordable hatchback with modular interior design and a host of great standard features. Chevrolet Cruze: 2019 Chevrolet Cruze hatchback is reliving a mid-cycle refresh featuring exterior updates, new infotainment system, and addition of a more affordable LS trim to the line-up. Mini Cooper: Mini Cooper continues into it’s the new model year virtually unchanged. Minor updates include finishing touches on the bumper, LED taillights in the shape of the Union Jack, and a bigger screen infotainment system. Kia Ceed: 2019 Kia Ceed is the 5-door family hatchback that is first representative of this model’s third generation Mazda 3 KAI Concept: Mazda 3 has not been released yet. All we’ve got so far is a hint in the form of a KAI concept.

2019 Hyundai Veloster Preview, Pricing, Release Date

2019 Hyundai Veloster Preview, Pricing, Release Date While the Hyundai Veloster looked radical when it initially rolled out back in 2012, its appearance has arguably become stale in recent years. Hyundai will finally give the car a complete makeover with the redesigned 2019 Veloster, which includes a new look and all-new performance version called the Veloster N. The 2019 Veloster’s silhouette will be familiar, as it will retain that tapered roofline and short liftgate design, but its nose will be longer, its body lines much sharper, and its headlights and taillights fully redone. It will also gain Hyundai's wider mesh grille, and new front and rear bumpers. On the wilder side will be the Veloster N, which will boast a more aggressive roof-mount spoiler, larger air intakes, red accents on the front and rear bumpers, and a wider dual-exhaust system. Inside, the 2019 Veloster will be fully revamped as well. It’ll boast a more futuristic appearance with more shapely curves than the previous generation. It’ll also feature a “floating” touchscreen, and contrasting color scheme on the Turbo Ultimate models. Tech will also be updated, as it will gain standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, an available head-up display, an available wireless charging pad, and Blue Link telematics. Under the hood, there will be some.... _ source:

Best Detailed Walkaround 2019 Hyundai Veloster

Best Detailed Walkaround 2019 Hyundai Veloster Turbo. Hyundai introduced the 2019 Veloster in Austin, TX. 05.15.2018 Sponsored by Best Detailed video walkarounds and walkthroughs of most sought after new cars, trucks, SUV's, crossovers, Vans, Minivans w/ detailed walkarounds of special models. ___ #AutoNetwork _ Subscribe to our channel now for more videos. ___ G+ Facebook Twitter LinkedIn by Detailed video walkarounds and walkthroughs of most sought after new cars, trucks, SUV's, crossovers, Vans, Minivans w/ detailed walkarounds of special models. ___ #AutoNetwork _ Subscribe to our channel now for more videos. ___ G+ Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

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The 2019 Hyundai Veloster is a revitalized version of a type of car many mainstream automakers are slowly giving up on entirely: the affordable sports car. Rivals like the Honda Civic Si and Volkswagen GTI spring to mind, but, generally speaking, car companies crank out more and more SUVs and crossovers while this once thriving segment dwindles in numbers. That's too bad, because it takes only a few minutes behind the wheel to realize the crossover and SUV crowd are missing out on a lot of driving fun.

Styling is subjective, though we'd say Hyundai's design team did an excellent job transferring the Veloster's unique three-door design into a revitalized new shape. The 2019 Veloster is 0.8-inches longer and 0.4-inches wider than before, though the most noticeable changes include the large cascading front grille, along with a cleaner and more aggressive look at the rear. The new version looks like a cross between a sport coupe and, say, a high-end sneaker. It stands out, and that's a good thing in a world ruled by crossovers.

Once again, the two doors on the passenger side add a degree of practicality compared to a traditional coupe, eliminating the need to climb over a folded front seat to gain access to the rear seats. The hidden door handle helps the third door blend neatly into the bodywork. Hyundai says rear headroom has increased by 0.6 inches, though it gets snug back there for anyone close to 6 feet in height. Skip the optional sunroof, since it takes up a few precious millimeters that could be better used for the craniums of rear occupants. Cargo space measures in at 19.9 cubic feet with the folding 60/40-split rear seatback in place.

Like the exterior, the cabin gets a thorough redo for the 2019 model year. The overall control layout is logical and getting accustomed to the touchscreen infotainment is quick and painless. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility are standard, a major plus point for tech-savvy car buyers in this segment. Some cabin plastics are hard and look cheap, especially the panels on the upper half of the doors, exactly where you'd rest an arm with the windows down during a sunny summer drive.

But it's the dynamic bits that make the biggest contribution. Rather than removing sport-tuned (i.e. more expensive parts) from the car to keep the price low, the Veloster receives mechanical upgrades that help sharpen the handling and provide a more connected feel to the road.

These modifications include a new multi-link rear suspension fitted to the entire model range. This replaces a more mundane torsion-beam setup used in the first-generation model. Key suspension elements are also crafted out of aluminum to trim weight and sharpen driving dynamics. Aluminum knuckles in the front suspension alone shed 5.3 pounds at each corner, according to Hyundai's calculations. A similarly targeted use of aluminum in the rear suspension – which is shared with the Elantra GT – helps trim an additional 4.2 pounds from each corner. With suspension components, every ounce makes a difference in terms of handling dynamics.Automotive Cars News,MW, car, truck, suv, cuv, crossover, auto, automobile, vehicle, motor trend, review, drive, first drive, video, hyundai, veloster, turbo, dct, dual clutch, manual, b&m racing, short throw shifter, performance, r-spec, hatchback, texas, austin, michelin, tires, hot hatch, veloster turbo,

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